The Young and Fair 1948

Opened: November 22, 1948

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Full Cast Set For THE HUMAN BODY at the Donmar Warehouse
by Stephi Wild - Jan 11, 2024

 Donmar Warehouse Artistic Director Michael Longhurst and Executive Director Henny Finch have announced the full cast for the world première of Lucy Kirkwood’s The Human Body.

Westport Country Playhouse to Present Script in Hand Reading of THEATRE PEOPLE
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 3, 2023

Westport Country Playhouse will present 'Theatre People,' a comedy script in hand playreading. Cast includes Shereen Ahmed, Erin Noel Grennan, Beth Leavel, John Rapson, Rodolfo Soto, and Lee Wilkof.

Laguna Playhouse Presents World Premiere Transfer Production Of THE ANGEL NEXT DOOR By Paul Slade Smith
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 28, 2023

LAGUNA PLAYHOUSE will present the third show of its 2023-2024 season, a transfer of the world premiere production from North Coast Rep of the irresistible comedy, THE ANGEL NEXT DOOR, written by Paul Slade Smith, adapted from Play at the Castle by Ferenc Molnár, and directed by Laguna Playhouse Artistic Director David Ellenstein. 

The Philadelphia Artists' Collective Announces 2023/24 Season
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 15, 2023

The Philadelphia Artists' Collective has announced their 2023/24 season, featuring two highly inventive new productions that celebrate and challenge the expectations of classical theatre. PAC's diverse cohort of theatre artists, who stage rarely produced texts with visceral clarity in intentional spaces, announced the season at their annual launch party in Philadelphia, which was attended by dozens of patrons, neighbors, and friends.

Feature: AFTERWARD: EDDIE, HARRY, and ISRAEL at White Theatre
by Alan Portner - May 16, 2023

EDDIE, the play, ends with the recognition of Israel by the United States.  A short, two- paragraph statement immediately conveyed the backing of the world’s wealthiest nation with the world’s most powerful military.  But that was not the end of the story either for Israel or for Eddie Jacobson.

Summer Movies At Sarasota Opera House To Begin May 12, 2023
by A.A. Cristi - May 1, 2023

Sarasota Opera has announced the lineup for the 2023 Summer Classic Movies at the Opera House. The Classic Movies at the Opera House series featuring many beloved movies will open on Friday, May 12th at 7:30 pm with 2001: A Space Odyssey. Throughout the summer and into the fall, featured movies will include films ranging from the 1930's to the 1990's. Tickets will be $12 and will go on sale starting on Wednesday, May 3. Additional movie titles are detailed below.  

Rubicon Theatre Company Presents Developmental Production of DARK OF THE MOON: A NEW MUSICAL
by Stephi Wild - Mar 22, 2023

Rubicon Theatre of Ventura continues the company's commitment to the creation of new works with the organization's 46th mainstage world premiere - a developmental musical production based on Dark of the Moon, the 1945 Broadway play by Howard Richardson and William Berney.

What Is August Wilson's Pittsburgh Cycle and How to Read It
by Team BWW - Oct 16, 2022

August Wilson's Pittsburgh Cycle, also known as the American Century Cycle, is made up of ten plays, written between 1982 and 2005. Each set in a different decade in Pittsburgh's Hill District (with the exception of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom), the plays are meant to depict the Black experience throughout the 20th century.

What Was the Golden Age of Broadway?
by Team BWW - Feb 19, 2022

Just last week, The Music Man marched back to Broadway- the latest revival of a show from musical theatre's most glorious time- the Golden Age. What was the Golden Age of Broadway all about and what years did it cover? Study up!

BWW Exclusive: A History of ANNIE on Broadway and Beyond
by Jeffrey Kare - Dec 2, 2021

Tonight, NBC will air its sixth live musical production. Following in the footsteps of The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, The Wiz, Hairspray, and Jesus Christ Superstar, the peacock network will be presenting Annie. Based on Harold Gray's comic strip titled Little Orphan Annie, this musical tells the story of a little orphan with equal measures of pluck and positivity who charms everyone's hearts, despite a next-to-nothing start in New York City in the year 1933.

Jane Powell, Star of Golden Age Hollywood Musicals, Passes Away at 92
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 16, 2021

It has been reported that Jane Powell, star of numerous Golden Age Hollywood musicals, passed away this afternoon at her home in Wilton, CT. She was 92 years old. 

25th Istanbul Theatre Festival to Take Place This October and November
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 14, 2021

With the slogan “Theatre In These Trying Times”, the 25th edition of the festival has set out to breathe fresh air into both the world of theatre and to theatre lovers with a programme of mostly new productions that look at the world, which is in search of a new normal, through the lens of theatre.

What to Watch on HBO Max in December
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 30, 2020

The best gift isn’t under the Christmas tree, it’s on HBO Max! Celebrate Christmas Day with Wonder Woman 1984, starring Gal Gadot, when it flies onto the platform the same day it hits theaters around the country.

BWW Exclusive: THE 101 GREATEST PROTEST SONGS OF ALL TIME - with Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, John Lennon, Kendrick Lamar & More
by Peter Nason - Jun 18, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest protest songs from 1939-2020. See if your favorite songs or artists made the list!

80th Anniversary Of Seattle Center Armory Grand Opening Celebrated Today
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 16, 2020

The Seattle National Guard Armory opened on this date in 1939, making this the 80th anniversary of the building's opening. The monumental Streamlined Moderne building, with its 18-inch thick walls, has served many governmental and community purposes during its long life. Now as it enters its next chapter, it is undergoing exterior and entryway upgrades, new lighting and signage and a newly named gathering place, the Seattle Center Armory Food & Event Hall, where thousands of community and entertainment events happen throughout the year, along with a broad selection of locally sourced eateries, attract millions of visitors.

BWW Exclusive: The 101 Greatest MOVIE MUSICALS of All Time
by Peter Nason - Mar 30, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the best film musicals since the sound era began; see if your favorites made the list!

Art Gallery Of South Australia Announces 2020 Program Highlights
by Stephi Wild - Dec 4, 2019

The Art Gallery of South Australia announced the highlights of its 2020 program today. The year ahead promises to engage and inspire Gallery visitors through diverse and immersive exhibitions, festivals and programs, offering a year of sensorial and provocative experiences for all.

Lineup Announced For New York Live Arts Pride 2019 House Party
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 12, 2019

Live Arts Pride 2019: THE HOUSE PARTY - 50 FOR 50 is New York Live Arts' 2nd annual Pride celebration; a building wide and sidewalk multi-genre event in the historic "gayborhood" of Chelsea, just blocks from the Pride March. The epic 6-hour celebration honors the historical importance and unwavering power of collectives in LGBTQAI culture and pays tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. Both legendary and young families from NYC's queer nightlife and art scene come together under one roof to serve up the city's most colorful and fierce performance, music, queer marketplace, installations and more for a multi-space, nonstop celebration for the ages.

BWW Review: SUMMER AND SMOKE Sizzles at The Classics Theatre Project
by Zac Thriffiley - Jun 4, 2019

Under the keen direction of Emily Scott Banks, this newest offering from TCTP endows the play with an air of intimacy that is both thrilling and heartbreaking.

Sylvan Winds Open 2019 Season With HARLEM MOSAIC
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 14, 2019

The Sylvan Winds announce the opening concert of the 2019 Spring Season celebrating music, art, and history. Performing in important cultural and historic New York City buildings, the ensemble creates imaginative and informative programs that reflect the environs of each space.

The Classics Theatre Project Announces 2019 Season
by Stephi Wild - Nov 27, 2018

The Classics Theatre Project's Artistic Director Joey Folsom today announced the Company's 2019 3-play season of all-American classics. The season starts with Neil Simon's comedy "Rumors" (March 7 - 31, 2019), followed by Tennessee Williams's "Summer and Smoke" (May 29-June 23, 2019), and concluding with Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" (dates TBA).

New Album 'Lost West End Revues' Celebrates London's Forgotten Revues
by Stephi Wild - Oct 19, 2018

Following the critically acclaimed release of 'Lost West End Vintage' (highlighted in The Sunday Times as an 'Essential New Release') and 'Lost West End Vintage 2', Stage Door Records are pleased to continue the album series with 'Lost West End Revues' to be released on November 30th 2018.

AN INSPECTOR CALLS At The Shakespeare Theatre Company
by Julie Musbach - Sep 18, 2018

Winner of 19 major accolades, including multiple Tony, Olivier and Drama Desk Awards, Stephen Daldry's (Billy Elliot, The Crown) multi award-winning production of J.B. Priestley's classic thriller An Inspector Calls will kick off a four-city U.S. tour at Shakespeare Theatre Company from November 20 through December 23, 2018.

BWW REVIEW: Sharing Australian History And Women's Stories THE HARP IN THE SOUTH: PART ONE AND PART TWO Is A Theatre Experience Everyone Needs To See
by Jade Kops - Aug 29, 2018

Kate Mulvany's adaptation for stage of Ruth Park's much loved The Harp In The South trilogy directed by Kip Williams is a unequivocal success. 

BWW Review: A Modern Twist on the Classic Tale - GUYS & DOLLS at Theatre Under the Stars
by Pnina Topham - Jun 17, 2018

Despite its flaws, it's hard not to enjoy GUYS & DOLLS. The music is infectious, and the characters are memorable. This production isn't perfect, nor is it a rendition of the old classic; some attendees are bound to be startled or surprised by the modern twists. But if you know what you're getting going in, this show is worthy of your time and the ticket price. For families of all ages who want to have fun without a ton of thought, go!


The Young and Fair has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1948.
The Young and Fair has been nominated for the Performance category at the Theatre World Awards for Doe Avedon.
The Young and Fair has won the Performance award at the Theatre World Awards for Doe Avedon.